Visit the Berlin TV Tower: timetables, ticket prices and how to get there

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The Berlin TV Tower is not only a television antenna, but also one of the symbols of Berlin and one of the main attractions in the whole of Germany. Visible from many areas of the city, and in many of the photos and images that represent the German capital, this attraction It is a must during a trip or vacation to Berlin.

Today, this tower is the third tallest public building in Europe and the second highest public viewing platform in Germany, after the Rottweil Tower. The ascent and visit of the tower is one of the most beautiful experiences that can be done while visiting the city of Berlin.



This leads it to be one of the 10 most visited places in Germany. More than 1.200.000 visitors visit it every year. From the observation platform you can admire the entire city from above, and in good weather, the view extends to the Tropical Islands indoor water park, located about 60km away.

Opened in 1969, the tower is located in the Mitte district of Berlin, in the west of the city. The Berlin TV Tower, at 368 meters, it is the tallest building in Germany and the fourth tallest television tower in Europe.

Berlin TV Tower -

Each of the 2 elevators can accommodate up to 15 people, and take them in about 40 seconds to observation point, located 203 meters high, where the bar taller than Berlin. From the 60 windows of the observatory you can enjoy a splendid panoramic view of Berlin and the surrounding area.

Upstairs, at an altitude of 207 meters, is the revolving restaurant. In about an hour, this panoramic restaurant makes a full 360 ° rotation. The total number of people allowed in the ball is 320 people.



Days and opening times

The television tower is open to the public every day of the year, except 2 days a year when it is closed for maintenance. There are 2 opening hours based on the times of the year.

Da March to October 09 pm: 00 00 to: 00

Da November to February 10 pm: 00 00 to: 00

At any time of the year, the last ascent is at 23:30 pm

Berlin Tower ticket prices

The cost of the ticket for adults (from 14 years upwards) is € 21,50

The cost of the ticket for children (from 4 to 14 years old) and € 12,00

I children from 0 to 3 years they do not pay the ticket


Skip the line ticket for the Berlin Tower

 

Fast-track access ticket to the Berlin Tower including lunch

 

Skip-the-line admission ticket with panoramic dinner

 

How to reach us

It is not recommended to arrive walking from the center of Berlin, it would take more or less an hour. It is advisable to use and arrive by public transport, such as taxi, bus and metro.

If you want to get there in bus, use lines 100, 200, M48, N5 and TXL, which connect the city center to the TV Tower.


If you want to get there by meter, you can use the S9 line from the S Treptower Park stop to the Alexanderplatz stop, which is about 1 minute walk from the tower entrance

To know

Wheelchair visitors and people with mobility problems cannot visit the Berlin TV Tower, as they would not be able to use the escape route in an emergency.

For safety reasons, pets, strollers and bulky luggage cannot be brought.

On the Berlin Tower you can use the free WiFi service

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Panoramic view of Berlin, the capital of Germany - Photo from Istock
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